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2022 Virginia Virtual Tournament Results

Congratulations to all of our Region 9 teams who participated in the Virginia Virtual Tournament!

Escape vroOM
  • Division 1A: Westbriar ES – 5th place
  • Division 1B: Wakefield Forest ES – 4th place
  • Division 2: Wakefield Forest ES – 4th place
  • Division 3: Dolley Madison Library – 1st place – Advances to World Finals
Odyssey ReOMvention
  • Division 1: The Langley School – 5th place
  • Division 1: Edlin School – 7th place
  • Division 1: Wakefield Forest ES – 8th place
  • Division 1: Haycock School – 13th place
Matryoshka Structure
  • Division 1: Wakefield Forest ES – 6th place
  • Division 2: Edlin School – 3rd place – Advances to World Finals
Life is a Circus!
  • Division 1A: Louise Archer ES – 5th place
  • Division 1B: Edlin School – 6th place
  • Division 2B: Langston Hughes MS – 1st place – Advances to World Finals
  • Division 2B: Louise Archer ES – 9th place

In addition,  an OMer award was given to Langston Hughes MS:

The team from Langston Hughes Middle School presented a solution as a complete package with a surreal underwater environment, stunning props and costumes made from recycled products, and extraordinary stage poise and acting—all of which came together to articulate an important message for us all. When a young girl vacations in a polluted beach town, she laments the trash and suffering from careless human waste. But after she is whisked away into an underwater circus world, complete with sounds from marine trash and a working pinball machine, she—and the judges—recognize the importance of protecting the incredible beauty of the natural world while we still can. The judges assessed an incredible amount of teamwork was necessary to plan and execute every single element of this performance with close attention to detail and with charisma. Their solution not only solved the problem: It overflowed with jaw-dropping artistry—and an important message, in the words of the team’s young character, to “reduce, reuse and recycle.”

See the VOICES page for more information:

Four primary teams also sent their solutions to the virtual State Tournament:

  • Chesterbrook Elementary School
  • Edlin School
  • Wakefield Forest Elementary School
  • Waples Mill Elementary School

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